SALLY: Psychology’s anything about people, and how they behave, how they think how they act in society, how they behave in different settings. ANNA: Psychology is a science, and learning about human behaviour. SIMON: We, you know, are trying to teach people a lot about the background about the theory, about up-to-date practice. HANNAH: I think the course is really good, you start off quite vast, and as you get further you get more and more specific. SALLY: The kind of things you’ll learn about are cognitive psychology, behavioural, biological, social, developmental, personality, forensic, all these different areas of psychology and you learn about them from staff members who do research in these areas.
all these different areas of psychology and you learn about them from staff members who do research in these areas. CHRISTINA: The lecturers are really good, very helpful, they make the lecture very, very amusing, you do a lot of experiments, the amount of work is not too much. GERALDINE: It’s great to see how you can apply it to real life, things you’re learning – there’s always one wee thing you can take home from a lecture and try out on your family and friends, or a wee trick you can learn, and basically just seeing how theories can be applicable in every day real life. TEGAN: I just like the fact that, it’s just a wide range of things and we have so many different things we can learn about like, our attitudes and our brain and our genes and our personality, it just covers everything about the person. ALISON: It’s just a fascinating subject. Every lecture’s different, every lecture’s got a different subject,
ALISON: It’s just a fascinating subject. Every lecture’s different, every lecture’s got a different subject, and every subject’s got something you’ve probably encountered at some point in your life.